A Chrome extension that automatically adds viewed academic papers to your favorites.
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Where's That Paper

Chrome Extension Installation

  1. Go to chrome://extensions/
  2. Enable "Developer Mode".
  3. Click "Load unpacked extension…" and select the build/browserExt directory.

About

The extension appears online in the Chrome Web Store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wheres-that-paper/dkjnkdmoghkbkfkafefhbcnmofdbfdio.

It automatically adds viewed academic papers to your favorites. Currently, it supports the following domains: eprint.iacr.org, arxiv.org, eccc.weizmann.ac.il, epubs.siam.org, research.microsoft.com, citeseerx.ist.psu.edu, ac.els-cdn.com, www.sciencedirect.com, download.springer.com, link.springer.com, delivery.acm.org, proceedings.mlr.press.

For example, when visiting the following webpage: https://eprint.iacr.org/2018/733.pdf the paper will be added to the favorites under a folder called "Papers". Then, in the searchbox it will appears whenever an author or part of the title in typed in.

Did I miss an important domain? Tell me about it and I'll add it.